Intelligence. They've heard of it
In a remarkable escalation of the tech wars between the USA and China, a missive to Germany instructed the independent country not to use Huawei kit.
There's no evidence
As anticipated, Chinese infrastructure firm Huawei said today it had conformed to international security standards and never used “backdoors” to access infrastructure.
A purveyor of the finest Scotch whiskies said a potential data breach could result in customers experience a blizzard of spam.
And won't even talk to each other
Artificial intelligence can go so far, but, so far, AI isn't showing much intelligence and has a sexist core.
Unless the fold fails to fold
While Huawei and Samsung have now announced their foldable phones, the word on the street is that it will be a fair old while before we see them blossom. But they won't fold and will move into the mainstream.
Chipzilla goes into meditation mode
Our earlier story from Future Horizon's conference this week went into great and intensive depth about the overall state of the semiconductor market.
But things not too bright for 2019
Malcolm Penn, CEO of British analyst firm Future Horizons, has at least three admirable traits.
Battle of the notch continues
At a glitzy presentation at the Salle Pleyel, a concert hall within spitting distance of the Arc de Triomphe, the CEO of Honor, George Zhao, unveiled the company's latest smartphone.
Evidence, it's heard of it
One of the most prestigious universities in the known universe has decided not to take any more money from Huawei.
The end of the SnowBIT
For years upon years I trudged the halls in Hannover hoping against hope that it wouldn't snow and the biggest IT trade show in the world wouldn't turn from CeBIT into SnoBIT. And now it seems to be either NoBIT or JustaBIT.